A good friend (thanks Fedhz) gave me her voucher for a Lipo-Sculpt Cavitation at Dermaesthetique. I don’t want to go under the knife, and I still believe that proper diet and exercise is still the best way to lose some inches but since it’s free and I am curios about this new slimming method, I did not hesitate to take the offer.
What is Lipo-Sculpt Cavitation?
Here is an explanation on the site where the voucher came from: It is the ultimate technology to reduce fat using completely safe and localised treatments – completely non-surgical and performed by medical professionals. It also offers immediate, noticeable results after each session.
I made an appointment a week before, and last Saturday was my first session. I arrived earlier than the scheduled time, the person at the counter was accommodating. I thought that she was only in charge of the counter, so, I was surprised to know that she was also the one who will be doing the treatment.
I entered a small room with a machine on it. She started the treatment by putting a cool gel on the part I have chosen to treat, and that is my stomach. She then got the bigger massager and gently rubbed it on my tummy. While she was massaging it on my tummy, I heard high-pitched sound waves that really hurt my ears. She said that a procedure lasts for 20-30 minutes. It is also advisable to wait for a week before your next treatment.
She told me that I will eliminate the fats through either urinating or taking a poop. The result? I don’t know if I really lost some fat because I forgot to measure my waist before I took the procedure and they did not also took it while I was in the clinic.
On my next session, I will try to remember to take note of it and will update this post if I will lose some cm or inches on my waist after the treatment. It is expected that your skin will sag when you lose the fats which is why you still need to exercise or do a radio frequency procedure to firm the skin.